2008 - PhD Mathematics, University of Canterbury
2001 - BPhEd Exercise Prescription, University of Otago
2000 - BSc Mathematics, University of Otago
Dr Humphries is a mathematician whose research focuses on graph theory, in particular combinatorics of phylogenetic trees (topological rearrangements and hybridization, extremal problems, agreements forests, reconstruction problems), matroid theory (Rota’s basis conjecture, basis exchange properties, transversals of set systems), and number theory. Currently he’s an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Physics at North Carolina Central University.
Dr Humphries has excellent writing and editing skills from his work experience as an English teacher, an instructor and lecturer for university-level mathematics students, and more recently as a contributor for Mathematical Reviews. He is the author and coauthor of numerous publications in journals including Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, Discrete Applied Mathematics, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, and the Journal of Combinatorial Theory.
Dr Humphries joined Edanz Group as an editor in 2009.